Dr. Christine Ellie is a leading podiatric surgeon practicing in midtown Manhattan. She is extensively trained in all aspects of foot and ankle care, including medical and surgical treatment of foot deformity and pain, bunions, hammer toes, infections, arthritis, sports injuries, sprains/strains, and fractures.
She believes in building strong relationships with her patients and works with them to treat their problem, while also focusing on patient education and attending to individual needs.
New York College of Podiatric Medicine
New York Downtown Hospital, Residency in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery
Saint Vincent Catholic Medical Center (Residency)
University of Pennsylvania (Bachelor’s)
Awards and Publications
Stadler I, Oskoui P, Ellie C, Lanzafame RJ. (2002), Biostimulation. Lasers in Surgery & Medicine, 30: 11-16.
Oskoui P, Ellie-Kudla C, Lanzafame RJ, Stadler I. (2002), Basic Science: The Cutting Edge in Optical Diagnostics & Therapeutics of Tissues & Cells. Lasers in Surgery & Medicine, 30: 1–10.
Ellie-Kudla C, Lanzafame RJ, Oskoui P, Stadler I, Whelan HT. (2001), Altered Osmotic Fragility of Red Cells After Near-Infrared NASA Light-Emitting Diode Photoradiation is Not ATP Dependent.
American Society for Laser Medicine & Surgery Annual Meeting, 2001